Tussah is a type of silk originating from India. In this homeland, Dui is produced from the larvae of several oak leaf-eating silkworm species of the genus Antheraea Mylitta, Antheraca Proylei, Antherea Pernyi. This insect mainly lives in the wild in the forest and is collectively known as the tussah silkworm.
In Vietnam, Doi symbolizes imperfect beauty because of the feat and difference in the production process, creating the luxury of this high-class material.
Moth Pants & Moth Jacket - Silk Collection 01
Chopsticks are hand-sewn from imperfect silk threads (broken silk, waste cocoons, perforated cocoons) of silkworms.
With uneven longitudinal and transverse threads, the chopsticks are a bit dry. , has a slight iridescence, not as flashy as usual silk surfaces.
However, it still retains its characteristic softness, high durability and good heat resistance: Warm in winter & cool in summer.
Tang Silk Kimono - Silk Collection 01.
New Moon Pants - Silk Collection 01
All create a liberal, free and unstructured quality, bringing us to a different vision of luxury silk.
Wabi Sabi: Term representing the aesthetic and worldview of Japanese culture, described as beauty "imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete enough"